Beardbrand Enters the 'Shark Tank'

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Beards, specifically crazy one, have been a growing trend and Beardbrand hopes to capitalize.

The company brought its line of beard care, beard grooming and beard oil kits to to "Shark Tank" Halloween night to seek a deal from one of the sharks.

"At Beardbrand, we are much more than a great beard oil and beard care product company," the company wrote on its website. "In fact, we are a movement for urban beardsmen and the bearded lifestyle. Simply put, we change lives.

Men want to take back what is natural to them; their beards. We provide men with tools and strategies they need to grow their beards. This gives them the confidence needed to take ownership of their style."

Established in 2012, the company's goal is "helping men take care of those beautiful beards."

Currently Beardbrand sells through its website, see the products for sale here.

Eric Bandholdz offered 15% of BeardBrand for $400,000 but none of the Sharks were interested at that price.

The company has over $600,000 in sales in the last six months and expects $1.2 million in sales for the year.